What is Tomato Battle?
The Tomato Battle unifies as many as 5,000 fruit-chucking fanatics for an afternoon of dancing to music, sipping libations, and flinging 300,000 pounds of roma tomatoes at one another. Mosh in a ketchup-covered fray that marries the traditions of Spain’s La Tomatina tomato-throwing festival and Germany’s Oktoberfest.
Festivities commence at noon with registration and opening, followed by live entertainment and a costume contest. Then Tomato Soldiers donning bathing suits, safety goggles, and well-treaded shoes converge on piles of past-ripe tomatoes and set about pelting people with fruits like sentient apple trees avenging the initial-carving of amorous teenagers.
The Tomato Battle Festival.
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FESTIVAL DATES, TIME, ADMISSION and LOCATION.
Beats and beer flow until the evening., when ruddy troops lay down their arms and rinse themselves clean of pulp and juice. An extra set of clothes is highly recommended. All of the tomatoes used during the exhibition will have been previously marked for disposal, making the Tomato Battle an efficient and entertaining use of nonedible waste.
Tomato Battle is awesome, and you’re gonna love it. Read the rules! k!?
So, what are the rules?
Try to enjoy yourself as much as possible but respect these rules and the people. There has never been a mishap and we would like it to stay that way so everyone can have a good time.
More! Tomato Battle Festival Information
The site of the Tomato Battle location of your choice can be accessed by most major airlines. A rental car may be necessary.
Before and after your one day of madness, you may be looking for some fun along with local attractions to balance your adventure. The closer to the action is definitely the place to stay. There are Great Hotels and B&B's everywhere!
Add classic Attractions, Retaurants and more to your Tomato Battle trip for the total weekender experience .
There's so much to do in the area of the event, why not make a week of it?